Today, I have an incredibly scrumptious dessert for you – a Vegan Ice Cream Cake with rich chocolate brownie base and salted caramel middle. I created this recipe in partnership with my friends from So Delicious Dairy Free. They are kicking off their annual 21-Day Dairy-Free Challenge on January 23, 2017 and invite all of you to join. They are sharing amazing resources and essential tips on their website to help you go dairy-free. So if you are curious about quitting eating dairy, definitely check out the challenge and… Read More
This year for Halloween I wanted to share with you a simple recipe for vegan sugar cookies. They are super scrumptious and are really easy to decorate. I decided to go with the googly eyes theme and I think the cookies turned out adorable… Read More
My friends, ’tis fall again. And that means I absolutely must share with your another pumpkin recipe. Last year, I showed you how to make a No Bake Vegan Pumpkin Pie which so many of you have recreated. Today, I have for you another easy dessert recipe using pumpkin – my Pumpkin Brownies. They are oh-so-good and absolutely… Read More
I have to confess, sometimes I crave cupcakes like crazy. There is something extremely satisfying about biting into a fluffy cupcake and having the creamy frosting smeared all over your face. What? Is that not how you eat cupcakes? 🙊 When I was approached by the developers of Candy Crush Jelly Saga to collaborate on a video, I immediately thought I need to make a jellicious dessert. After playing the game for a few days and meeting Cupcake Carl, one of the boss characters in the game, it all came together: I’m going to make Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes… Read More
Since Easter is right around the corner, today we are making easy and insanely yummy Peanut Butter and Chocolate Eggs. I love this recipe because a) it’s easy to make and b) mmmm chocolate. Need I say more?By now you probably already know that I have a soft spot for chocolate which is why the majority of the desserts that I share with you here have chocolate in them.
I have also recently developed quite an appreciation for peanut butter. Fun Fact: When I was studying in France, most of the exchange students from US and Canada would receive a box of peanut butter jars from their parents every couple of months since it was very hard to find in the city we were living in. I used to always make fun of them because they treated their peanut butter like jars of gold. At that time, I probably wouldn’t have eaten a teaspoon of peanut butter even if you paid me a thousand dollars. It’s funny how… Read More